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Shubert Theater & Arts Camp
New Haven, Connecticut

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203-691-2439
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Cooperative Arts & Humanities High School
177 College Street
New Haven, Connecticut 06510

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WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
You may email shubertcamp@gmail.com or call Camp Director, Kjerstin Pugh at 203-691-2439.

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CAMPER AGES: Incoming 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th graders

TYPE OF CAMP: Day Camp.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Dance, Theater, Musical Theater, Music/Band, Fine Arts/Crafts, Video/Filmmaking/Photography, and more. Musical Theater Camp: Vocal Rehearsals, Singing, Choreography, Acting, Theater Tech, & Theater-related Activities, Including Games & Field Trips.

CAMP LOCATION: Shubert Summer Theater & Arts Camp classes are located in Cooperative Arts & Humanities high school, the celebrated arts magnet school for the New Haven region. The school, located at 177 College Street, is in the heart of downtown New Haven, near Yale University, the Shubert Theater, The British Arts Center, and various galleries.

CAMP FACILITIES: The Cooperative Arts High School features two of its own performance stages and ample and equipped spaces for video production and various fine art facilities.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: 6th Grade Program Selection:

Ceramics & Sculpture: Students will work with clay to create 3D sculptures and pottery. Students may work with mixed media, glazes and more to create dynamic pieces that speak to them in a relaxed, creative atmosphere.

Short Film Production: Small films with big impact! We’re going into production on our own short films, written, directed, and starring our students. We’ll work on various projects at scenic locations in and around our building and even downtown New Haven. Campers will experiment with various styles and genres such as Music Videos, Comedy, Sci-Fi and Action/Suspense. This class concentrates on screen acting, camera composition, pre-production storyboarding, and directorial techniques.

Hip-Hop Dance: This upbeat, age-appropriate class teaches students the fundamentals of hip-hop
dance and choreography. Students will develop coordination, rhythm,
self-expression, and discipline in this fun class! Students will perform a
choreographed piece during the Camp Showcase.

Flipbooks: Do you ever watch cartoons, draw characters, and have a great imagination? Come learn how to create your own animations in Flipbook class! You will learn how to craft your own storyboard, become a better illustrator, and make your imagination reality!

Theater: Have you always wanted to try acting but haven’t had the chance? Or have you tried acting once or twice but want more?! Then this class is for you! You will learn the fundamentals of acting in an exciting and safe environment; you will access different parts of your personality, work with others, and learn how to bring written words to life!

2D Visual Arts: Learn, create, and explore the world of 2D art through painting, sketching, collage, and more. Students will work on mixed media pieces, portraits, still life, and open studio to create inspired pieces! Open to artists of all levels.

Glee Club: If you are interested in singing and performing fun, upbeat songs, look no further! Learn how to harmonize and work as a group to perform crowd-pleasing songs and more!

Steel Pan: Steel Pans are by far one of the most interesting musical instruments to learn. No experience necessary. They are easy to learn the basics of, challenging enough to keep you interested, and an overall extremely rewarding experience. Every student who has ever signed up for Steel Pan has had an amazing, eye-opening time! (If you are not familiar with these fabulous instruments, YouTube them immediately!).

Showcase Committee: Looking for camp leaders! This program brings campers of all grades together as they learn how to create an artist performance. This committee will create banners, programs, and plan the Camp Showcase. All artists-- creative writers, visual artists, and performers-- are needed to make this the best Showcase ever! (NOTE: Don't worry, you WILL still participate in the showcase with your other classes).

7th & 8th Grade Program Selection:

Graphic Design: Learn the basics of graphic design or improve your skills in this class. We will use the Adobe Suite (including InDesign and Photoshop) to create original images and posters!

Digital Photography: Improve your photography skills over the summer! This course will help campers improve their composition and capture the world around them. Select photos will be displayed during the Camp Showcase!

Theater: Learn the fundamentals of acting and improve your skills through theater games and group work. This class will create an original scene to perform at the Camp Showcase.

Ceramics & Sculpture: Students will work with clay to create 3D sculptures and pottery. Students may
work with mixed media, glazes and more to create dynamic pieces that speak to them in a relaxed, creative atmosphere.

Short Film Production: Small films with big impact! We’re going into production on our own short films, written, directed, and starring our students. We’ll work on various projects at scenic locations in and around our building and even downtown New Haven. Campers will experiment with various styles and genres such as Music Videos, Comedy, Sci-Fi and Action/Suspense. This class concentrates on screen acting, camera composition, pre-production storyboarding, and directorial techniques.

Hip-Hop Dance: This upbeat, age-appropriate class teaches students the fundamentals of hip-hop dance and choreography. Students will develop coordination, rhythm, self-expression, and discipline in this fun class! Students will perform a choreographed piece during the Camp Showcase.

Glee Club: If you are interested in singing and performing fun, upbeat songs, look no further! Learn how to harmonize and work as a group to perform crowd-pleasing songs and more!

Steel Pan: Steel Pans are by far one of the most interesting musical instruments to learn. No experience necessary. They are easy to learn the basics of, challenging enough to keep you interested, and an overall extremely rewarding experience. Every student who has ever signed up for Steel Pan has had an amazing, eye-opening time! (If you are not familiar with these fabulous instruments, YouTube them immediately!).

Showcase Committee: Looking for camp leaders! This program brings campers of all grades together as they learn how to create an artist performance. This committee will create banners, programs, and plan the Camp Showcase. All artists-- creative writers, visual artists, and performers-- are needed to make this the best Showcase ever! (NOTE: Don't worry, you WILL still participate in the showcase with your other classes).

Who are the Camp Instructors and Staff?
Co-Op teachers and local artist-teachers lead all camp programs. All instructors are assisted by a current Co-Op high school student who will act as a TA. Camp staff includes Kjerstin Pugh, Camp Director and Program Manager of Co-Op After School and Kelly Wuzzardo, Director of Education at the Shubert Theater.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Limited, needs-based financial aid is available. Financial aid will depend on income level and is measured very similarly to New Haven's free- and reduced lunch program.

OTHER CAMP INFO: Is food provided? Yes! Campers are provided with a morning snack and lunch, though parents may pack their camper’s lunch if they prefer. Campers who stay for After Care will also receive a snack.

Is transportation to and from camp provided? Transportation is the responsibility of the parent. We do not offer transportation to and from camp.

Eligibility: The camp is open to both New Haven and non-New Haven residents.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
Session 1: July 7th – July 18th

Session 2: July – August 1st

Campers may register for one or BOTH sessions

Camp hours: 9:00 am– 3:00 pm; optional After Care: 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

During our Early Bird Holiday Special, the cost for one session is $500. Both sessions cost $1,000. After the Special, tuition will be $600 per session or $1,200 both sessions, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. These rates do NOT include the After Care Program.

The Early Bird Special must be paid in full at once. After the Special is over, you may choose between paying all at once or setting up an installment plan with the new tuition cost in effect.

Theater & Arts and Musical Theater Campers may opt to sign up for our After Care Program. This program runs from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. and allows campers to choose one of three arts-related activities which vary each day (activities include theater games, visual arts, yoga, field trips, etc.). Campers will also receive snack. The After Care Program is not included in camp tuition and costs $100 per session, $200 for both sessions.


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